A Friday meeting gave no resolution to the fallout from Kevin McCarthy's sudden decision to drop his speaker bid.
The House speaker is expected to exit in October.
More than 60 people and/or fictional characters have filed to run for president since Thursday.
The Republican candidate has spent months wooing California tech. He's now seeing some payoff.
It's been a weird day for high-profile tech glitches.
The Democratic frontrunner said President Obama should "˜listen to' Nancy Pelosi, who at least temporarily derailed Obama's trade agenda last week.
The Justice Department on Wednesday released a 68-page indictment against the New Jersey Democrat.
The Illinois Republican, who has been dogged by scandal, is expected to leave Congress at the end of the month.
The Obama administration sent the draft resolution to Congress on Wednesday morning. Now it's Congress's turn.
Three people were charged and one man was arrested Monday.
Alan Gross is on his way back to the U.S., and a big announcement is soon to come from the president.
Unlike last time, the system worked. But the video isn't pretty.
Fifty-five percent of Scottish voters chose to reject independence. But Scotland won't be the same.
But the troops would not engage in combat, the White House says.
The president made a short statement and answered questions on Iraq Saturday morning.
President Obama addressed the nation on a U.S. humanitarian operation conducted Thursday.
The president also addressed post-9/11 America, saying, "We tortured some folks."
"We have to make sure that the truth is out," the president said.
The president addressed the plane crash in a Friday morning press conference.
"Russia must end this war," said the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.